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Green culinary hotspots

Nowadays sustainability is an important topic in our society. This is also becoming increasingly visible in the culinary sector and sustainable restaurants are popping up. In these five restaurants you will receive a culinary and sustainable meal on your plate.

Sustainable restaurants mainly have close partnerships with farmers, fisherman and growers. They also pick game in the forests, have their own animals and grow their own fruit and vegetables. Nowadays, the Michelin Guide awards the Green Star to restaurants that attach great importance to sustainability. To get in the mood, MASTERS recommends some of these green restaurants.

De Kas, Amsterdam

This restaurant in Amsterdam received its first Michelin star last year and also has a Green Star. In the greenhouse, where the interior was provided by Piet Boon, the focus is on local and sustainable. About 300 varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruit are grown next to the restaurant and in their larger field in the Beemster Polder. What is harvested in the morning is presented in beautiful creations later in the day.

Héron, Utrecht

At Héron they are close to the suppliers; the farmer, the gardener and the fisherman. The season and the Dutch soil determine which dishes are made. The chef's creativity puts local products center stage and surprises.

The Seminar, Zenderen

From soil to mouth, that is the slogan of this restaurant. Vegetables come from the vegetable garden and the meat comes from animals that graze on our own land. So here you can enjoy pure nature, processed with a healthy dose of creativity.

Triptyque, Wateringen

Local products form the basis of the kitchen, supplemented with fresh flavors from abroad. Chef Kunz surprises his guests with his very own creativity, close to The Hague. He has a preference for vegetables and processes them with feeling.

Locally, Doetinchem

Local in Doetinchem refers to the fresh supply of products. Whether it concerns meat, fish or vegetables; the chef only uses products from the region to create his modern dishes.